BOXX Debuts Next-Gen Workstations

APEXX Enigma S3 features Autodesk Maya and Arnold, but the workstation also offers professional grade performance for all 3D CAD, animation, motion media and rendering applications including Autodesk 3ds Max, Revit, AutoCAD and Navisworks.

APEXX Enigma S3 features Autodesk Maya and Arnold, but the workstation also offers professional grade performance for all 3D CAD, animation, motion media and rendering applications including Autodesk 3ds Max, Revit, AutoCAD and Navisworks.

BOXX Technologies, provider of high-performance computer workstations, rendering systems, and servers, announces the new APEXX Enigma S3 workstation, features an overclocked, 9th generation, Intel Core i7  processor. BOXX also highlights additional Intel-based systems, as well as the APEXX Neutrino T equipped with an overclocked, 2nd-generation AMD Ryzen Threadripper processor.

Bill Leasure, BOXX VP of marketing:

“With the APEXX Enigma S3 and APEXX Neutrino, BOXX is offering Autodesk users tomorrow’s technology today. These models, as well as other BOXX systems, are specifically designed to accelerate 3ds Max, Maya, Revit and other creative application workflows.”

APEXX Enigma S3 features Autodesk Maya and Arnold, but the workstation also offers professional grade performance for all 3D CAD, animation, motion media and rendering applications including Autodesk 3ds Max, Revit, AutoCAD and Navisworks. Enigma S3 joins the APEXX S-class family of BOXX workstations for professionally overclocked Intel Core i7 processors exceeding speeds of 4.9 GHz.

The liquid-cooled systems sustain that frequency across all cores. 9th-generation Intel processors offer a significant performance increase over previous Intel technology and APEXX Enigma S3 is configurable with either an eight-core Intel Core i7 or i9 processor, along with dual-slot NVIDIA or AMD Radeon Pro professional graphics cards, an additional single slot card, solid-state drives and faster memory at 2666MHz DDR4.

Bill Leasure adds:

“By working closely with both Autodesk and our customers, we ensure that BOXX systems are custom-configured to optimize these specific workflows. That’s the only way creative professionals can accelerate their workflows, increase productivity, and outpace their competition.”

In related news, BOXX Technologies also debuts APEXX Neutrino W, a deep learning development workstation. 

Optimized for GPU-centric workflows, APEXX Neutrino W is made for deep learning development, rendering, and simulation, as well as multi-display wall applications. Featuring an 18-core, high-performance Intel Xeon W processor, up to four professional NVIDIA or AMD Radeon Pro GPUs, and 512GB DDR4-2666MHz, Neutrino maximizes productivity while providing substantial ROI, the company reports.

Sources: Press materials received from the company.

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